The Push to Normalize Polonophilia

Categories: AltLeft, AltRight, Race, Uncategorized

      Above are two evocative images: one of Akihabara, Tokyo, and the other of what seems to be the object of onanistic fantasising by nationalists civic and ethnic within the Anglosphere – in fact, beyond the word nationalist, it seems the only thing on which the two factions agree. The thought of the […]

A Cornflower By Any Other Name

Categories: AltLeft, Art, Movie Reviews, Race, Uncategorized

Call Me by Your Name is a 2017 film about a transient ephebophilic romantic entanglement between two diasporic Jews living in “northern Italy” (not otherwise specified) in the 1980s with a shared interest in European high culture and in the fact that they are both Jews. It is the type of premise that makes a […]

The Hand is Pinker Than the Eye

Categories: free speech, Race, Uncategorized

Apologies for borrowing the title of this article from one my favorite Pink Panther cartoons, but it seems as appropriate as ever. The AltRight was quick to embrace Harvard professor Steven Pinker’s recent remarks referring to them as “highly intelligent and internet savvy.” This was somewhat laughable to me, as it should be clear to […]

Skirting the Issue With Tara McCarthy

Categories: Black Pill, Lifestyle, Race

For a long time, this site sported the tagline, “The Left Wing of the AltRight.” Not many people have noticed that several months ago,(around the time I wrote this article) I changed it to “The Left of the AltRight,” which signified a location change from the outer left ideological sphere of the AltRight, to the […]

Journey to Vapor Island

Categories: Architecture, Art, Black Pill, Books, Feminism, Futurism, Race, Transhumanism, Uncategorized

Having known artist Robert Stark for about two years (he is still the only person from the political edge-o-sphere that I have met in real life,) I was anxious to finally read his long awaited novel, Journey to Vapor Island. I was of course interested to see how he might creatively incorporate his many personal […]